Thursday, 24 May 2012

M&S Count on Us Fat Free Yogurts

Marks & Spencer have a new selection of Count on Us, fat free, probiotic yogurts, all with 80 calories or less. 

The Vanilla and the Strawberry yogurts have an updated recipe, while others are new creations. 

Count on Us yogurts are available as individual pots or multipacks.

Four packs contain 4 x 150g pots and they have 60 calories each, with the exception of the Raspberry Panna Cotta variety which has 75 calories.

Varieties include:

Fruit & Vanilla Yogurt Selection consisting of 2 vanilla yogurts, one strawberry yogurt and one rhubarb crème brulee flavour yogurt; and



Fruit & Vanilla yogurt selection










Tropical Yogurt Selection consisting of two mango & passion fruit yogurts and two peach & papaya yogurts.







Desserty Yogurt Selection with 1 raspberry panna cotta, 1 rhubarn creme brulee, 1 vanilla and 1 toffee flavour yogurt.











If you prefer one particular flavour or only want to buy one at a time, you can buy the following in the slightly bigger 160g pots.

Flavours available are Vanilla, Rhubarb Crème Brulee flavour, Strawberry, Peach & Papaya and Raspberry Panna Cotta. Each of the 160g pots have 65 calories apart from the Raspberry Panna Cotta which has 80 calories.


If you’re following the Weight Watchers ProPoints plan, all the Count on Us range of yogurts have 2 ProPoints per pot (as calculated by Marks & Spencer).

Look out for them in the chiller cabinets in Marks & Spencer Foodhalls. All are sweetened using sugars and sucralose. Suitable for vegetarians.

Nutrition Information per 150g pot Strawberry: 60 calories, 6.0g protein, 9.0g carbohydrate, 6.9g sugars, 0.3g fat, 0.2g saturates, <0.5g fibre, 0.23g salt. Low sugars, low fat, low saturates, low salt.

1 comment :

  1. I bought the M&S fat free panna cotta as a 'treat' as I am currently following the Slimming World programme. I can honestly say that it is one of the most disgusting things I have tasted in my life. The saccharine sweetness is utterly revolting. Buy fat free yoghury and add some fruit.

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